A young knight sets out to join King Richard's crusaders. Along the way, he encounters The Black Prince who captures children and sells them as slaves to the Muslims. It is Robert Narra's ... See full summary »
I am very surprised to notice that this movie doesn't have even one comment here in IMDb! It's such a pity that it is not popular, because I think many people would enjoy to watch it. The plot is very creative (at least I never watched a movie with the same plot)and interesting: Hank, a 17 year old boy, is very shy with the girls and loves to play guitar. One day, he knock his head and and wakes up in the medieval England,having problems with the locals, until lady Alisande takes him as her prisoner to offer to King Arthur. There,he tries to warn people that he is from XX century,but nobody believes him,condemning him to death. Using his technology and knowledge by his favor,Hank has success in save himself ('blocking the sun with the help of Elvis '--> actually he knows everyday which days had an eclipse in the past .*great part*) Safe, he starts to be friends with many people of the court( including the King)but specially with lady Alisande. The problem is Galahad, who is Alisande's future husband, who is jealous and practically force Hank to have a duel with him; at the same time, Hank tries to go back to XX century.
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